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Yeti with a snowboard in his hands welcoming guests of ski resort Sheregesh
14.05.2009 12:26
Yeti with a snowboard in his hands welcoming guests of ski resort Sheregesh

The sculpture of Yeti made of cedar wood fixed near the entry to Sheregesh, a Kuzbass settlement and popular ski resort. The appearance of this monument comes from persistent rumors about Yeti met thereabouts and dozen hunters' applications sent to regional administration.
      Naturally, the beholders met him near the Azass caves. As it known, all the self-respecting Abominable Snowmen prefer caves for living. The expedition organized by local officers has really detected some trails supposing to belong to this creature.
      Nevertheless the wooden Yeti stands beside the entry into Sheregesh with snowboard in his hands. The artist says that it is a comic detail not to frighten people but most likely Yeti calls the habitants and guests of settlement for a healthy lifestyle.


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